Sourcing Tech Talent: Tools That Can Save You Thousands

Sourcing Tech Talent: Tools That Can Save You Thousands

He’s back! The veteran RecruitingTools.com writer with more than 2,000 extensions, tools and apps pinned to his browsers.

Dean Da Costa presents a basket of recruiting tools. This webinar will be a lightning round of tools and demos.  Dean cuts through the fluff to uncover and scrape hidden resumes, profiles and contacts.  Most of the people you did not know exist in the tech world.

Thanks to our friends over at HackerRank, Dean will walk you through sourcing techniques.

This will be a very fast paced 50 minute learning session with real demos and real examples, with a side of “no sales”. Be prepared to watch and listen, not take notes. You can’t write this fast.

Don’t worry, we’ll send you slides and a recording of the webinar that you can watch at your own pace after the live event. Due to the popularity of Dean’s webinars – we know you don’t want to miss out.

Bring your questions. Rather than sit and wonder, ask!

He shares top sourcing tools!

  • Especially relevant, are incognito sourcing tricks within tech communities to hyper-target your sourcing strategies
  • Profile scrapping and clipping tools to export your most sought after profiles on your target list to excel or your ATS
  • And more!

Meet the Presenter

Dean Da CostaDean Da Costa is a highly experienced and decorated recruiter, sourcer and manager with deep skills and experience in HR, project management, training & process improvement. Dean knows his stuff.  So join us!

While Dean is best known for his work in the highly specialized secured clearance and mobile arena he has been a top performing recruiter and sourcer.  Dean’s keen insight and creation of innovative tools and processes for enhancing and changing staffing has established Dean as one of the top authorities in sourcing and recruiting.

Connect with Dean at LinkedIn or follow @DeanDaCosta on Twitter.




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